Miscellaneous Consular Services
BIRTH CERTIFICATE & BIRTH REGISTRATION
ATTESTATION OF BIRTH CERTIFICATE
ATTESTATION OF BACHELORHOOD CERTIFICATE
ATTESTATION OF EDUCATIONAL DOCUMENTS
ATTESTATION OF MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE
NOC FOR ISSUANCE OF PASSPORT IN INDIA FOR SPOUSE / CHILDREN
ATTESTATION OF DRIVING LICENSE
ATTESTATION OF POWER OF ATTORNEY
OTHER DOCUMENTS (Such as court affidavit, surety bond, indemnity bond etc.)
POLICE CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE
Birth Certificate & Birth Registration
All Indian nationals who are residents in Eritrea are required to register the birth of their children in the Embassy within six months from the date of birth. The applicants are required to submit the following documents for registration of birth of the children.
Note: Original documents are also to be submitted along with photocopies for verification. If registration is not made within six months from the date of birth of children, prior clearance of Ministry shall be required for registration and passport, which may take between three to six months.
Birth Certificate will be issued on the basis of Birth Certificate issued from the local authorities in Eritrea.
Question: How to attest a Birth Certificate?
Answer: Personal presence of the birth certificate holder (if adult) or one of the parentincase of a minor, along with the following documents:
Valid passport in original and a photocopies (first / last and valid visa page) of the birth certificate holder or one of the parents incase of a minor.
The minor child’s passport copy.
Original birth certificate and a photocopy attested by the following:
i) In case of the birth certificate issued from India Notary public of the district where the child was born.
ii) Home Department of the state/union territory where the child was born.
iii) Ministry of External Affairs, Delhi or its Branch Secretariats located in Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai and Guwahati.
In case the birth certificate was issued by authorities in Eritrea, the document has to be attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In case of birth certificate issued from any other countries, the same is to be attested by the Indian High Commission / Indian Embassy / Indian Consulate/ in that country.
Question: How do I get a bachelorhood certificate attested?
Answer: The person has to procure a decree from a competent court in India affixed with a seal of the court. The decree should also be attested from the Ministry of External Affairs, Delhi or its Branch Secretariats. If such a decree is produced, Embassy/Consulate will authenticate the correctness of the certificate. The certificate has to be produced along with the following documents:
Attestation of Educational Documents
EDUCATION / TRANSFER CERTIFICATE
Question: How to get an Educational/ Transfer certificate attested?
Answer: Personal presence of the certificate holder or either of the parents incase of a minor at the IVS Global Attestation Center with the following documents:
NO FORM IS REQUIRED
Attestation of Marriage Certificate
Question: How to get a marriage certificate attested?
Answer: Personal presence of either of the spouse, with the following documents:
NO FORM IS REQUIRED
Attestation of Indian Driving Licence
Question: How do I get my Indian driving licence attested?
Answer: Personal presence of the applicant at the Embassy with the following documents:
Attestation of Power of Attorney
Question: What is the procedure for getting a Power of Attorney attested?
Answer: Power of Attorney can either be on a plain paper or stamp paper as per your requirement or as advised by your lawyer.
*Fees may vary in case of documents to be used for commercial purpose.
Police Clearance Certificate
Question: How to obtain a NRI Certificate?
Answer: The Embassy of India issue certificates confirming their Non Resident Indian (NRI) status to Indian nationals who have resided in Eritrea for over 6 months. To obtain a NRI Certificate, you would need the following documents:
Question: How to get a life certificate attested?
Answer: Personal presence at the Indian Embassy, of the pensioner with the following documents:
Registration of Death
Death of Indian nationals residing in Eritrea can be registered with the Embassy. The following documents are required to register the death:
Attestation of Death Certificate
Question: How do I attest a Death Certificate?
Answer: Death Certificate originating from India should be attested by the Home Department of the concerned state and Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi or its Branch Secretariats.
Embassy’s No Objection for sending human remains
The mandatory documents required by the Embassy for processing the request should include a copy of the Death Certificate and a certification letter from the mortuary that the body has been properly embalmed and sealed in a casket. For sending urns containing human ashes, a copy of the Death Certificate and a certificate from the crematorium stating the urn contains nothing except the cremated remains of the deceased and that it has been sealed properly should be submitted to the Embassy. The passport of the deceased should also be presented with the application for its cancellation. All documents are required to be submitted in duplicate (original and photocopy)